Ms Beverley Schutt

Before retiring at the age of 74 in April 2015, Beverley Schutt celebrated her 60 year anniversary as a UniSA employee. From days of hanging up photocopies to dry, to going home with purple stains on hands and clothes from the Fordigraph printer, Ms Schutt has seen great changes across the duration of her employment.

Over her 60 years of employment, she witnessed great shift in technology- going from an IBM electric golf ball typewriter, to becoming the first punch card operator at the SA Institute of Technology. This was followed by a word processor called Raytheons, after which came the Macintosh computer.